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Data-driven stabilization of nonlinear polynomial systems with noisy data

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Based on Willems et al.’s fundamental lemma, stabilizing controllers for unknown linear systems can be learned using finite-length noisy data by solving linear matrix inequalities. We extend this approach to deal with unknown nonlinear polynomial systems by formulating stability certificates in the form of data-dependent sum of squares programs, whose solution directly provides a stabilizing controller and a Lyapunov function. Some variations of the result are also derived to improve the design and to provide a better understanding of the design approach.

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